The start to 2021 has seen chilly weather all around Singapore. While many don jackets outdoors and even indoors, I stay sheathed in my grey top, black shorts, and slippers when out and about. These are sufficient to keep me warm. In fact, I am inclined to believe that my body houses an organ that… Continue reading Little Farms Cafe, Wage Caps, And Adverse Weather
It’s been a few months since I installed Certbot on my Digitalocean host for jacklepop.com. I had followed instructions to load a free SSL certificate because Google announced that sites without them would be marked as ‘not secure’. My efforts were unsuccessful. So, while my site ran on Laravel 4 for the longest time, I… Continue reading Jacklepop Lives Again, Soon!
Nary a day goes by without hearing someone say “actually”. Actually, “actually” is a powerful word when used at the right time and especially when used sparingly. I’d go so far as to say that it should only be used once in a long while. Now, I don’t have a good gauge of how long… Continue reading We Should Actually Stop Saying “Actually”
Professional speakers owe it to listeners to speak clearly.
In March 2018, I purchased a Bosch 12 volt brushless impact driver. I must have harboured thoughts of busting it out to perform reparations and upgrades around the home then. It however laid dormant in my toolbox until just days ago when my mum purchased two sets of new wall mounts. The task then was… Continue reading Everyone A Handy One
Automation and its effects have fascinated me ever since I came across the concept years ago. I saw gradual implementation of technology across the various sectors over the years. In the early 2010s, I worked at Somerset and 313@Somerset was a usual lunchtime haunt for workers around the area. One day, I spotted several touchscreen… Continue reading A Future Of Automation